3 nostalgic perfumes for your scent wardrobe

Just one spritz of these three unforgettable scents will have you reminiscing about days gone by - which was your fragrance of choice?

Hair & Beauty

Beauty trends are in a constant state of ebb and flow. To think it was over a decade ago when celebrities began bombarding us with heady fragrances. Now no longer the de rigueur, here are some of our favourite bottles that will soon assume iconic status. How time flies!

Glow by JLO (2002)
Glow by JLO (2002)

Jenny From the Block-era J-Lo released this scent in the early noughties with a third album in tow. Inside its simple, frosted bottle adorned with a mock body chain and of-its-era bling, the fragrance contains notes of orange flower and grapefruit with bottom notes of jasmine and orris.

Heat by Beyoncé (2010)
Heat by Beyoncé (2010)

The first fragrance by Queen Bey is also the bestselling celebrity fragrance of all time, and is seen by many as the sexiest. A summer must-have, the perfume contains a radiant floral bouquet of magnolia, neroli and red vanilla orchid, a sensual combination of almond macaroon, honeysuckle nectar and creme de musk, and a warm dry-down of giant sequoia milkwood, tonka bean and amber.

Reb’l Fleur by Rihanna (2011)
Reb’l Fleur by Rihanna (2011)

In the midst of making a name for herself as the badass woman of pop, Rihanna released Reb'l Fleur with the tagline 'bad feels so good'. It became a the night-out fragrance, with intense and sophisticated floral notes of tuberose, violet and hibiscus, a splash of coconut water, and a woody finish.

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